It released the gadget in October with only a few apps to its name - then proceeded to leave the brand new OS alone for nearly two months without a software update.
Big names available immediately include Phillips Hue, Yelp, Flipboard, and The New York Times. On the apps side of things, some of the big names include Walgreens, Nest, Philips Hue, Yelp, Flipboard, The New York Times, TripAdvisor, Uber, United Airlines, British Airways, and Lyft. The streaming service is hoping to pick up some new devotees by bringing offline streaming to the watch. There were no apps outside the pre-installed ones available at launch, so this update will finally open the door to more developers.
Global customers will gain access to on-device offline music streaming via Deezer, but they'll have to wait until next year.
On top of the list of new apps, Fitbit has included more than 100 new clock faces in this update as well.
Instagram says do not take selfies with wild animals
You'll see if when viewing these flagged hashtags, but users posting photos under the same hashtags will not receive the warning. Instagram officials also don't want people who purposely post illegal wildlife practices to find ways around the warnings.
The expanded apps and watch faces will be a nice addition.
Along with these official Fitbit apps and watchfaces, the company is adding a new spread of curated user-created apps to the Ionic, some of which the company is previewing here. The only program available at launch will be a "Pet" clock face that gives users a virtual companion to care for with their step achievements, while other apps like a Mood Log, sport-specific tennis support, and more activity incentive games are expected before the end of the year.
Fitbit is adding some more high-profile apps to its new Ionic smartwatch to better compete against rival devices from Apple, Samsung, and Garmin.
Samsung Begins Mass Production Of Industry First 512GB Embedded Storage
Samsung did mention on its press release that the 512GB eUFS will be used for its "upcoming flagship smartphones and tablets". So in case that there will be 512GB Galaxy S9 and Note 9 models, expect to pay a premium for the extra bump in flash memory.
Jon Oakes, Fitbit's vice president of product, said the update was "just the start" of planned future enhancements.
Kroger recalls purified drinking water for infants because of mold
The FDA told all consumers who purchased this water-not just those who see discoloration-to return it to the store for a refund. Purified water sold at Kroger stores across the country, including IN , are also being recalled over mold concerns.